tv Action News 630pm ABC January 6, 2016 6:30pm-7:00pm PST
at 6:30... a live look out at primm.... where people are lining up and braving the rainy weather... for their chance at winning.... $500 million dollars... and.. we'll have the latest on the standoff in oregon involving armed militia members.. and hear what militia leaders are saying about ending it. but first.. we'll begin with the latest weather developments: a live look outside right now as parts of the valley are now under a winter weather advisory. we have team coverage.... with action news reporter.... marissa kynaston. but... we begin with action news meteorologist... karla huelga with what's coming our way. karla? we are tracking our next incoming system that will once again bring showers to the and sheep range from 4pm this afternoon through 4pm tomorrow afternoon. expect mostly cloudy skies tonight with showers developing
-from raymond baumbach low cloud cover -from kenny reynolds a view of mount charleston from his home in pahrump if you get a good picture or video of the weather.. be sure to send it to email@example.com and you might see it right here on action news. powerball fever is sweeping southern nevada... hundreds are at state line.... waiting to buy tickets...
some motorcycles and mechanical equipment were reportedly at the heart of the fire. but as action news reporter parker collins found out.. the toughest part of the firefight was finding the fire. a mattress, shelves, a ladder-- all of this was inside this building... but firefighters didn't know that... setting them up for some tough choices. eric henderson, clark county fire dept. 00:34:52-00:35:01 "with all the roll up doors we can't get in to put the fire out. that being said, we also can't tell where the fire is located you can see what's left out here... like this bike... or over here what looks like a propane tank-- could've been
00:35:30-00:35:41 "the cutting into doors isn't the hazardous part. it's the contents inside that's the hazardous part. one of the units here has propane tanks, oxyactelyene tanks, and other hazards like that that we're unaware of." elizabeth martinez, witness 4:01:43-4:01:48 "did you hear something explode? yeah i heard a boom and that's what made me come out." everything burned, charred, and left out in the pavement. this was a tricky fire to put out... but firefighters amazingly managed to get on top of it in just about half an hour. now comes the really time consuming part... cleaning up the aftermath. carlos gilbert, unit renter 4:12:11-4:12:16 "i just got smoke damage so far. i haven't gotten into it all the way yet so wait and see." for those without insurance... this amounts to counting up what all they've lost. near lamb and sahara parker collins channel thirteen action news. firefighters say the building's bad ventilation combined with the cold weather kept the smoke low.. reducing visibility. luckily.. no one was hurt.
the u-n security council has called an emergency meeting.... in response to north korea's claims... it has successfully tested.... a hydrogen bomb. the clai adeon state television.. saying... north korea has a right to defend itself.... from quote.... "evil war- mongers... like the united states." hydrogen bombs can be about -10- thousand times... more powerful than atomic bombs... like the ones dropped on hiroshima and nagasaki... in world war two. the u-s has now launched.... so- called "nuclear sniffer" planes.... to determine if north korea's claims... are true. an update tonight on a standoff at a federal building in oregon. it's now day 5.. with no end in sight. tonight.. one of the militia leaders.. ammon bundy.. says the fbi now has arrest warrants for some of the members.. and authorities are planning to raid the federal wildlife refuge. the dispute started when two local ranchers were sentenced to 5 years in prison after setting fires on federally land to clear overgrowth. (ammon bundy/occupation leader) "there is a time to go home. we recognize that. we don't feel it's quite time yet.
the hammonds are out of prison or well on their way. the fbi says it has't issued arrest warrants.. and the bureau.. and local authorities.. both want a peaceful resolution. a consumer alert tonight. chipotle has been hit with a federal grand jury subpoena.... in the wake of a norovirus outbreak.... in california the subpoena is part of an investigation..... by the u-s food and drug administration's office of criminal investigations. it requires... chipotle to hand over several documents.... related to the simi valley restaurant.... where about 1-hundred people were sickened... by the noro-virus... in august. trader joe's is under fire tonight.... for their tuna! they're facing a class action lawsuit... which argues... the -5- ounce cans don't have enough tuna.... in them. trader joe's will not comment... on pending litigation. you may remember... starkist recently settled.... a similiar lawsuit. the consumer electronics show
with people from all over the world in town to check out the latest technology. it's a trade-only event.. but action news reporter yasmeen hassan gives us an inside look at the las vegas convention center. - ces 2016 - las vegas convention center - modular tv - tv can come seperate, combine, make different shapes. - still in the concept phase right now - created by samsung. - this could be the future of television. reporting from ces yasmeen hassan channel 13 action news. coming up in tonight's financial focus.. what do you think would have been the better investment
apple.. the better performer.. and explain why. the fight over obamacare continues tonight. the latest manuever.... by house republicans.... to repeal the law. but... does the bill stand a chance of creating a change? . >> deborah: coming up, gas stations, a danger zone. what you need to know to stay safe when you pump gas.
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that will once again bring showers to the valley, along with high elevation snow. a winter weather advisory is in effect for the spring mountains tonight with showers developing the chances for rain will linger into the late-night hours, then start to
taper down by morning. breezy winds will also linger over the area with this system through tomorrow. high temps will remain pretty consistent around 50 degrees through saturday. the winds will be lighter on friday and chances for rain will be slight as this system moves out of the area. however, yet another system follows behind it and brings back chances for rain by saturday afternoon, although not as great as what we've seen this week. this system will also bring the return of breezy winds on saturday as it pushes through. rain chances taper down by sunday morning and the winds will calm. highs will remain in the low 50s on sunday and monday, then
"the affordable care act". unlike past efforts... the g-o-p used a special parliamentary maneuver.... so that senate democrats could not block.... the bill. that means.... for the first time... a bill to undo obamacare.... will actually make it.... to the president's desk. rep. paul ryan speaker of the house higher premiums and fewer choices and restricted access, these are not signs of success. obamacare is not successful. they are signs of failure and the american people deserve better this same bill also defunds....
the battle against..... planned parenthood intensified months ago.... when anti-abortion activists claimed.... the women's healthcare provider was selling fetal tissue.... for profit president obama will veto... the legislation. in tonight's financial focus.. another brutal day for stocks. dow down 252 nasdaq down 56 sp500 down 26 all of the big local gaming stocks were down except boyd gaming. caesars had the toughest day.. down 7% at the closing bell. president obama's latest executive action on gun control is turning into another windfall for the firearms stocks. investors are anticipating a boost in gun sales as people look to buy firearms before more restrictions are in place. stocks like 'smith and wesson' and sturm-ruger were up an average of 78% last year.. and several mutual fund companies including fidelity and vanguard have been big winners from the gun stock rally. according to the new york times..
ago.. apple stock is up 800-percent.. while smith and wesson.. and sturm-ruger are up 900-percent. finally.. something for the tech junkies. the long-awaited virtual reality headset oculus rift is now available for pre-order the company had so many initial pre- orders the website crashed. the oculus rift set retails for about 600-dollars. the company promises a more immersive experience when playing games or watching the first shipments are expected to go out at the end of march.coming up later.. in toni tline-up... on channel 13: . followed by the goldbergs at and... we will see you tonight... live at 11 then... on action news.. live at 11.. 8:14 darcy stand-up tease: a
has released a new study on sleep.. and it turns out women get less sleep than men.. especially single moms. dr. jennifer ashton :38 - :47 "women are programmed...during the night." experts say you should make sleep a priority.. and don't feel guilty if you don't finish something by bedtime. they also recommend trying to meditate 20-minutes.. and turn off your electronic devices about an hour before bed. time now... for the latest consumer news... from contact 13. we have a consumer alert... involving cookware... you may have found.... under your christmas tree!!! the first involves... this martha stewart collection. it's a -10- piece stainless steel... cookware set...
there are some parts on the frying pan... that can pop off. there's been.... -7- reported incidents... including -3- minor injuries... with bruises... and burns. the frying pans... can be returned to macy's... for store credit. karla has another look at your forecast... in just a bit. you're watching channel 13 action news.. where you ask and we investigate. we are tracking our next the flu virus hits big. with aches, chills, and fever, there's no such thing as a little flu. and it needs a big solution: an antiviral. so when the flu hits, call your doctor right away and up the ante with antiviral tamiflu. prescription tamiflu is an antiviral that attacks the flu virus at its source
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